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Frequently asked questions

What Facilities Do Private Rehabs Offer?

Substance rehab in a private facility goes above and beyond what you'll find in a public facility. Private rehab clinics come in various forms, with many offering varied treatments and leisure opportunities. Many private rehab centres are located in rural areas outside major cities and towns, providing a pleasant and soothing setting.

Many private rehabs offer private rooms, which provide the privacy needed to overcome addictive behaviour successfully. Healthy meals are served, and each patient is given personalised attention. Some private treatment facilities even have a gym and a swimming pool. Each facility has highly trained professional personnel to cater to any patient's needs. Private rehab treatment also includes counselling, private and group therapy, and a structured recovery plan.

What is the Cost of Private Rehab?

While this is one of the most commonly asked questions about private rehab, there is no official answer as to how much it costs. A variety of factors determines the entire cost of visiting a private recovery centre. The degree of an individual's addiction and the therapies they will undergo play a significant effect on cost.

The factors that determine the final cost of private treatment for an individual will be determined by the elements involved. Client fees are often used to cover the following expenses:

  • Meals Housing
  • Medications
  • Professional and support staff
  • Costs of compliance
  • Insurance costs required to run the facility

While the treatment price varies depending on the private rehab centre you choose, the typical cost of private rehab is around £1000 per week. Some private rehabilitation centres will price less, while others will charge more. A week in a luxury private rehab facility might cost up to £5000.

What is the Success Rate of Private Rehab for Substance Abuse?

Rehab has the potential to be incredibly effective for individuals who are determined to recover. Even the best private rehab won't work if the patient isn't fully committed to achieving and maintaining sobriety.

Many people benefit from private rehab, but the patient must be committed. The National Treatment Outcome Research Study (NTORS) published a study in 1995 that found that 47% of those who went to private rehab kept their abstinence five years after finishing treatment. According to a report published in 2012 by the NHS National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse, the top private rehabs had a success rate of 60-80%.


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